Singer says she was "a bit broken" as she began work on the upcoming 'Golden,' which led her to Nashville and a surprising new direction
After losing a collaborator and a major-label deal, Mike Milosh remade himself as a "monster tourer" to self-fund his latest album
Roc Nation exec and Voices in Entertainment co-founder Meg Harkins talks sexism, mentorship and why it's time for change
The art-rock legend also discusses his new 'American Utopia' LP and what it's like to be sampled by Selena Gomez
The Public Enemy and Prophets of Rage frontman on staying humble, 'rap Pilates' and wisdom from Too $hort
How a half-forgotten Seventies country-rock group led by the Monkee in the green wool hat returned from oblivion
How he turned the halftime show into a prestige musical event – and reminded the world that he was still the superstar to beat
Cyndi Lauper, Reba McEntire, Sting and others reflect on women's place in the music industry
Why is Will Toledo following up his indie-rock breakthrough with a painstaking remake of an intimate 2011 LP?
How a pudgy kid from Texas became one of rock's most bombastic stars. And why, even facing health struggles, he's still making noise 50 years on
Anti-hippie backlash, Lou Reed's cantaloupe abuse, Andy Warhol's firing and other factors that played into the band's abrasive 1968 landmark
Band's Alex Kapranos and Bob Hardy talk evolution of their sound, early problems with 'Take Me Out' in the new episode of 'Rolling Stone Music Now'
Why the Recording Academy's so-called "welcome mat" to female artists and executives isn't quite enough in the era of #MeToo and Time's Up
How last night's bizarre, baffling ceremony upheld a grand Grammy tradition
Percussionist whose mind-bending beats have powered everyone from D'Angelo to Adele discusses his new musical manifesto 'Chris Dave and the Drumhedz'